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Born in 1981, Colin Delfosse (1981) grew up in Brussels, Belgium where he is currently based. Graduated in journalism, he turned to documentary photography in 2007, and became one of the founding members of the Out of Focus collective. As a freelance photographer, Delfosse initiated his first reportages in Mali and Democratic Republic of Congo, focusing on the mining issues.
He covered several countries including China, Iraki Kurdistan, Rwanda, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, where he did a long term project about soviet legacy in central Asia.
His reportages has been shown in different festivals in Europe (screening in Arles photos festival and Visa pour l’image, exhibitions in Paris Photo, Circulation(s) and photo festival of Hanover).Colin Delfosse won several awards (POYi Award of Excellence, PDN photo annual awards, Sony World Photography Awards, Hasselblad Master) and has published in The New York Times, Le Monde, L’Internazionale, The International Herald Tribune, Jeune Afrique, Polka, Photo Raw, Eyemazing, Vice, Time Magazine Light Box, Causette, VSD, Feuilleton.
Delfosse goes back frequently to DR Congo to continue his ongoing projects in Kinshasa and North Kivu.
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